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Amazon Basics 23 in 1 Multi-Purpose Electric Steamer, Pressure Cooker, 5.5 Litre - £42.75 Delivered @ Amazon
Posted 11 h, 46 m agoPosted 11 h, 46 m ago
Multi-purpose electric cooker with 15 pre-set menu options: Meat, Poultry, Vegetables, Steam, Sauté, Slow Cook, White Rice, Brown Rice, Beans, Broth, Curry, Soup, Multigrain, Conge… Read more

Anyone tried cooking a curry in this? How does it compare to a wok? Thank you


Here is info for cooking times - … I use this with my Cosori so it's for any electric pressure cooker. This is also useful -


I have this but prefer my lidl one. This is a non stick bowl. The instructions don't say how long any of the programmes cook for. The valve is very leaky/splurty.


But it doesn't have a stainless steel inner pot. Also, remember the non-stick coating will get scratched/damaged. And Costco Gateshead, still have the "stealth warrior" on offer in the warehouse and it has the sous vide function for a few GBP more.


Anyone have any experience with it?

LOGIK LGSB20 Clothes Garment Hand Steamer Blue & White for £19.99 delivered @ eBay / Currys PC World
Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
This hand steamer is £19.99 from Currys (both direct and via eBay) with free delivery. I know not the lowest price it has ever been, but still a decent price for a steamer - £5 o… Read more

But is it any good :/


But is it any good 😄


You're banned in the store Karen


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Tefal Access Steam Care DT9100 Clothes Steamer - Black / Rose Gold - a third off at £59.99 with code at Tefal Shop
Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
Key Features The 140°C heated soleplate combined with the vertical support board gives you effortless and quick crease removal. Taking just 40 seconds to heat up the Tefal Acces… Read more


Is this actually any good & worth at this price?

Aldi Ferrex 2300W wallpaper stripper/steamer - £7.99 Instore @ Aldi (Stroud)
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th JunLocalLocal
Aldi Ferrex wallpaper stripper Spotted in store, Stroud branch. Decent saving if you're in the market for one of these.

Actually better with a pressure sprayer little fairy liquid in there, take face off and spray twice good to go


I second that. Its an easy and satisfying job. No need for anything else.


Better off with the titan ones from Screwfix. Good customer service


Used this last weekend.. fantastic


Wet sponge and scraper all the way lol 😄

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Clothes Steamer Handheld Portable Garment Steamer for Home Travel 1500w Vertical - £19.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) - Sold by DAPHOME / FBA
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th JunLocalLocal
BRING WRINKLE-FREE ELEGANCE TO YOU: Clothes Steamer iron effectively removes wrinkles/ steam/ soften/ clean/ sanitize/ sterilize. 1500w portable Clothes Steamer Handheld comes with… Read more
VPCOK Sous Vide Cooker - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Seems like a decent deal for a sous vide cooker. Reviews look good but probably need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Voucher code is on the page A friend of mine has the Chef… Read more

Yes if you leave it cooking long enoug


Killing bacteria is about heat AND time. Bacteria are killed with short blast of high heat or a long period of lower heat. I’ve eaten dozens of chicken breasts cooked to just 65C for 90 minutes, with zero health issues, because any bacteria present can’t hack it at that temperature for that long time. Similar to placing your hand in 65C water - for a second or two it will feel very hot but no damage is done (perhaps some temporary skin reddening); leave your hand in for an hour and you’ve cooked it dead! You can google pasteurisation time and temperature charts if you're overly concerned.


I’m a big fan of Gugal! (y)


Great so this let's you heat food to below the minimum safe temperature for serving 70 c or 82c in Scotland. A lot of these low temperatures won't kill bacteria and may even be ideal for them to reproduce


Newbie question.. These are good for cooking cheaper cuts of meat, correct? Do they get hot enough to render the fat down?